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When you spend $200+ on a cd player
When your sound card is probably worth more than your whole computer.
I got rid of my CD player....lol.
Buy a CD, rip it, put it back in the case. If I really wanted to play one I could use my DVD player, but why risk scratching it?
This is why I never bought a 360.
All my discs are in pristine condition as well. It's funny because quite a few of the cases broken or cracked, just from getting stacked up carelessly and then toppled over/tossed around. I don't have enough shelf space for them all, so they get abused just being in the room.
But the discs inside are perfect.
All my old CD's, that I had from years ago, are not so great, and took a long, long time to get ripped with EAC. So from 2008 (when I entered the digital music scene) forward , any CD I buy gets ripped and then put away.
When it costs you more to recable your headphones than the headphones cost in the first place.
That's not audiophilia, that's just ********.
The labor should be no more than $100 and the cable itself... God I'm not even gonna start.
Not when the headphones only cost £10.
Well, what if you wanted a set of KSC75's recabled? lol
I can see it in the FS, 6 month old Koss KSC75's, lovingly cared for, but not used much anymore. Recabled 3 months ago with crystal piccolino cables and XLR jack.
I literally spent the last 6 hours reading this thread... with a lunch break
Indeed, I only have full sized cans and I wear them proudly in public. Heck I took one of my Finals with my Dt 880's on [and I was listening to some smooth Jazz] It was fantastic really! But yea... I'm used to little isolation... <.< which kinda sucks but... hoping I'll win a pair of Dt1350's and finally hear what "ISOLATION" really is
Know your an audiophile when you sell your text books a week b4 class is over to buy a Pre Modded Tube amp... of which there is only one